The 2016 Olympic team was comprised of 294 women and 264 men, marking the most women who have ever competed for any nation in Olympic history. Whether it was in the pool, on the track or on the court, U.S. Women were phenomenal in Rio.
The team had 190 returning Olympians, three of whom were competing at their sixth Games. At her sixth Games, shooter Kim Rhode became the first woman in Olympic history to medal at six straight Games.
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